We all know that a single-PCB GeForce GTX 295 is happening, but if you need more proof, here it is:
ZOTAC's marketing director Carsten Berger was in the mood to give us a little hands on time with the card, and whilst we dare not try to run it in the hot-and-humid Taiwanese climate, we can certainly vouch for the card's credentials. It is a GeForce GTX 295 rearranged to allow for both GPUs to be squeezed side-by-side on a single PCB (printed circuit board).
What else does ZOTAC have on show? Well, we're told to check back later this week as it'll be unveiling something unique and different. Might not be graphics related, we reckon, but rest assured that you'll know as soon as we do.